Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2006 - Friday Evening 20060616 CD1.asf (Size: 877.01 MB) (Files: 2)
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2006 - Friday Evening 20060616 CD1.asf
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival 2006 - Friday Evening 20060616 CD2.asf
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No fancy ASCII art or such nonsense here (just a normal guy, not in the scene at all, nods to them though), just the best files I could provide per ripping a bit under 7 hours worth of the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival Friday evening, June 16, 2006.
Format: ASF, WMV9, WMA
400x300, 20fps, 228kbps video
48kHz, 63kbps audio
Completely seekable and definitely watchable if you can't wait for something better, which might or might not be a while. Takes about a second after seeking for AV sync at least for me (MPC 184.108.40.206 on XP Pro).
The last ~10 minutes of Steel Pulse (4p EST)
Devendra Banhart (5:30p EST)
Oysterhead (6:30p EST) (AMAZING set)
Bright Eyes (8:30p EST) (equally good)
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers (10p-12a EST, last few seconds of "You Don't Know How It Feels" cut off on CD1, CD2 is all Petty though, and as exciting a show as the previous two :)
Regarding the format-
Never. Ever. Use ASF. To store anything you want to retrieve sometime in the future. Hopefully most of you already know this. I spent three to five hours Friday night trying to get this converted to something useful that would let me at least run it all together and chop off the ends in vdub (AVI, 275kbps XviD with 192kbps 48khz mp3) only to never get it to be able to sync (the tool I settled on for trying this was Boilsoft ASF converter, vdub1.3c wasn't having it and AsfTools spit out AVIs a few KB in size). At least I was able to reindex the first file (which was forcibly ended) using ASFIndexGUI and it works perfectly.
Tools I found on my ASF editing quest:
ASFIndexGUI: For reindexing forcibly ended/broken/otherwise corrupted files.
AsfTools 3.1: What it says. Nothing else like it.
Boilsoft ASF Converter: Actually managed to convert my files completely, keeping video and sound (!), but, alas, horrible synchronization.
VirtuaDub 1.3c: Last ver. before ASF support was taken out for legal reasons. There is also a 1.4c out there hacked with ASF support IIRC.
The one other torrent I've posted :p http://www.mininova.org/tor/212310